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Meda knows bondage. She has spent her entire life a fortune-telling slave, forced to use her gifts to the benefit of her masters. But when a strange man comes into her life, proclaiming the way of salvation, she comes to the realization that her bondage goes far deeper than the chains around her wrists. more
The Ozark Police Department (OPD) has announced the launch of a new hiring campaign that offers paid academy training to new recruits. This program is designed to encourage passionate candidates to join the department and serve the community without worrying about the time and financial commitment of attending the police academy. more
In January, Clear Creek Golf Car and Utility Vehicles, a 45-year distributor for Club Car based out of Ozark, acquired Ozark Golf Cars and Utility Vehicles, marking its fourth acquisition in three years. With the addition of Ozark Golf Car’s Ozark and Clinton locations, Clear Creek Golf Car has expanded from two stores to 11 within the last five years, acquiring the Club Car distributor in Little Rock in early 2021, then the Club Car distributor of Oklahoma and an E-Z-GO dealer in Russellville, Arkansas, in 2023. more
The Ozark Chamber of Commerce hosted the 2024 Ozark Community Awards Banquet this past Saturday, Feb. 17 at The Ozark Community Center. more
At a special board meeting Feb. 5, the Ozark Board of Education approved the hire of Sgt. John Wilkerson as the director of school police starting for the 2024-25 school year. more
The Ozark Parks & Recreation Department plans to plant new trees at Finley River and Neil Grubaugh parks after a tree company removed 24 trees in the Fall of 2023. more
The Ozark Board of Education, at a special Jan. 26 meeting, voted to hire Dr. Phillip Link as the Executive Director of Human Resources beginning in the 2024-25 school year. more
The Missouri Association of Elementary School Principals (MAESP) named two Ozark administrators, Dr. Sandra Roy and Kristy Richart, as principal of the year and assistant principal of the year, respectively, for the Southwest Region for 2024. more
The Ozark Board of Education, at its Jan. 18 meeting, voted to hire Dr. Kendra Scott as the South Elementary principal for the 2024-25 school year. more
The Ozark Board of Education, at its Jan. 18 meeting, voted to hire Justin Peery as the Finley River School principal for the 2024-25 school year. more
Earlier this month, the City of Ozark hired Benjamin DeClue as an interim city administrator. He took over the role from Steve Childers, who has accepted a new position as the City of Springfield’s Planning & Development Director. more
Ozark School District is hosting its first-ever We Are Ozark Hiring Event, and the public is invited. The District has open positions in all departments from educators to custodians and nutrition services. The hiring event — slated 6:00-8:00 p.m. Jan. 23 in the Ozark Innovation Center, 1600 W. Jackson St. — will be an opportunity for prospective employees to meet current staff and supervisors, ask questions, fill out an application and even interview. more
It has been nearly five years since Ozark School District purchased the commercial property known as the Fasco building. As of Dec. 29, the District has nearly doubled that space with the purchase of its neighbor, Dolby Laboratories. more
A Houston, Texas, man was indicted by a federal grand jury on Dec. 19, 2023, for his role in the theft from an automated teller machine (ATM) at an Ozark bank. more
Josie Orellana passed away last week, according to a Facebook post by her father, Frank. more
Ozark School District Assistant Superintendent of Learning Dr. Craig Carson was recently presented with the inaugural Linda Dorn Leadership Award at the Missouri Association of Reading Recovery Educators conference, recognizing his outstanding leadership in the field of literacy within the District and across the state of Missouri. more
Ozark School District police were honored Dec. 12 at the Christian County Sheriff’s Office annual Christmas party and awards ceremony with three service awards and four life-saving awards. more
After leading the District as interim superintendent for the first half of the school year, Dr. Lori Wilson will now officially lead the Ozark School District as superintendent. The Ozark Board of Education chose Wilson during a special closed-session meeting on the evening of Dec. 13 following a day of in-person formal interviews with three finalists. The vote was unanimous. more
The Ozark Chamber of Commerce recently announced the appointment of Ashley Johnson as Interim President and CEO. With an extensive background in community development and a proven track record of leadership, Johnson brings a wealth of experience to steer the Chamber towards new heights. more
The City of Ozark recently announced it was awarded a Community Forestry Cost-Share Grant through the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) to remove green ash trees under threat from emerald ash borer (Agrilus planipennis). more
The application period for Ozark School District’s next superintendent is now closed, and the Ozark Board of Education is progressing into the third phase of the superintendent search, with hopes to name the new superintendent for the 2024-25 school year at the Dec. 14 board meeting. more
The theme at Ozark East Elementary this school year is “Difference Maker,” and that’s exactly what Tiger Team, comprised of fourth graders, are hoping to accomplish — make a difference in the lives of teachers, fellow students and even the community. more
Sugar Stop Candy Shop is now open inside Signal Food Store. Not only can customers stop by Signal for high quality gas and diesel, but they can now get their sugar fix at the brand new Sugar Stop Candy Shop. more
Finley River Community Foundation (FRCF) is seeking nominations for the 2023 Ozark Citizen of the Year. The recipient of the 2023 Ozark Citizen of the Year award will be announced at the Ozark Community Awards Banquet on Feb. 17, 2024. This annual event is hosted by the Ozark Chamber of Commerce to honor outstanding achievement and service in Ozark. more
Ozark Junior High (OJH) students took time during their Nov. 1 spirit assembly to honor all those who serve our country, with a special tribute to one staff member — Master Sergeant Nicola Mozingo, who is retiring from teaching and the military at the end of the school year. more
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